Christopher D. Clark, M.D.
Dr. Christopher Clark, with Premier Spine and Sports Medicine, offers innovative care and pain management to patients of all ages in the Hagerstown, Maryland, region. His areas of expertise include interventional pain management, musculoskeletal medicine, sports medicine, and regenerative injection therapies. Dr. Clark is also registered to practice medical acupuncture.
Dr. Clark graduated from Taylor University with a bachelor’s degree in biology. He earned his medical degree from the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina. He then stayed in Greenville to complete an internship in internal medicine at Vidant Medical Center.
After finishing a physical medicine and rehabilitation residency at Sinai Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland, Dr. Clark completed a yearlong fellowship in interventional pain management and musculoskeletal medicine.
Dr. Clark is a member of the American Medical Association, the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, the International Spine Intervention Society, and the American Society of Pain Physicians.
When he’s not treating patients, Dr. Clark enjoys spending time outdoors with his wife, daughter, and two sons. He’s an avid golfer and enjoys playing basketball and rooting for his hometown NFL team, the Carolina Panthers.
Danielle Dobbins, PA-C, MMS
Danielle Dobbins PA-C, MMS is originally from Geneseo, New York. She attended Messiah College for her undergraduate degree in Biology. She accelerated her studies with completion of her degree in 3.5 years. She was most notably involved in intramural sports programs (soccer and basketball), Amnesty International, and youth mission service projects.
Danielle later attended Arcadia University and completed her master’s degree in Medical Science with high honors. Her first PA (Physician Assistant) position was at Sinai Hospital of Baltimore in the Neuroscience department with experience with inpatient Neurosurgery and Neurology. Her later career pathways brought her to the four-state area. She has been a local family medicine practitioner for 12+ years. This has helped shape her comprehensive medical expertise.
She is board certified with the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants.
In her spare time, Danielle enjoys hiking and spending time with her husband and 2 sons. She has passions of photography, running, traveling, and sporting clay shooting.
Dr. Emily Oliver joined the team at Premier in 2020. She is a native to Washington County and a 2011 graduate of Williamsport High School. After high school, Emily attended Hagerstown Community College for 2 years, where she graduated with her Associate of Science in 2013. She later transferred to Taylor University, where she graduated with her B.S. in Exercise Science in 2015. Emily continued her education at Shenandoah University, where she graduated with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy in 2018.
Since graduating from Shenandoah University, Emily has been working in the outpatient orthopedic setting. She has furthered her skillset and knowledge in the orthopedic field by taking advanced courses, such as the Virginia Orthopedic and Manual Physical Therapy Course Series (VOMPTI), and has attended the Running Medicine Conference, through the University of Virginia. She is certified to dry needle in the state of Maryland.
Emily is currently preparing and studying to become a Board Certified Orthopedic Specialist (OCS), and plans to sit for the ABPTS exam in 2022. Emily is a firm believer in providing individualized and exceptional care to all of her patients, with the overall goal of helping others to improve their quality of life and reach their personal goals.
Outside of the clinical setting, Emily enjoys running, traveling, baking, and cooking, as well as spending time with her family and friends. Above all, Emily loves spending time with her husband, Mark, and pets, Bear and Simon.
Dr. Rebecca Moore grew up in Middletown, MD. She attended Stevenson University for her undergraduate degree, where she graduated with a B.S. in Biochemistry. She was a goal keeper for Stevenson University’s Women’s Soccer Team her first semester, but unfortunately was unable to continue after a career ending concussion. After her concussion, she became a member of Stevenson’s Track and Field team. Through her own personal rehabilitation journey, she found her passion for physical therapy. After working for 2 years as a clinical assistant, she started her journey towards her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree at Shenandoah University, where she graduated in August 2021.
As she starts her journey as a physical therapist, she enjoys treating a variety of patient presentations. She has special interests in concussion rehab, sports performance, and pelvic floor rehabilitation. Rebecca will start pursuing her pelvic floor rehabilitation specialty at the beginning of this year. She hopes to be able to merge the worlds of sports and pelvic floor rehab in the future.
When not working, Rebecca enjoys powerlifting, playing recreational sports, and baking.